The soul has many aspects. It is variable and constantly changing. When viewing the Porsche Taycan, it reveals itself by a smile that expresses total delight. Or by the urge for freedom at the wheel of the new Taycan Cross Turismo that holds its ground, even away from everyday life.
Its acceleration at takeoff is greater than the force of gravity, making it faster than a paratrooper in free flight. In just a few minutes, you are able to charge the vehicle and prepare it for driving. The interior of the vehicle makes a unique impression. The multifunctional GT sports steering wheel and the deep sporty seating position increase the anticipation of the journey long before it starts. The Performance Battery Plus gives it a range of up to 416 kilometers in the WLTP cycle. Less frequent stops and recharges allow you to travel long distances effortlessly, and the interaction of the drive components ensures impressive performance – both technically and emotionally.
The two engines generate a maximum power of 560 kW (761 hp) in overboost mode with Launch Control and accelerate the car from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 sec. Thus, when starting from a standstill, they allow you to experience the performance of a super sports machine: the accelerations can be repeated up to a maximum speed of 260 km/h.
We know immediately what is good for our soul – and what inspires it. The Taycan demonstrates its fascinating personality in a fraction of a second: a flowing yet expressive silhouette and a dynamic profile line, called “flyline”. The rear apron design is distinguished by an uninterrupted light strip and three-dimensional “PORSCHE” lettering with glass-like letters. Enough of looking? Definitely not.
Performance is at the heart of Porsche. As the Taycan shows, even while charging: its 800-volt architecture allows charging with up to 270 kW. For example, in 5 minutes of charging the Porsche Taycan Turbo under optimal conditions, a range of up to 100 km (WLTP) can be achieved. As a result, the car is always prepared for what the driver has been thinking about all day – driving.